An Update Finally
Let's see. On the Opal front it's all good news. They took out her PIC line (that's the line, in her foot), they used to give her antibiotics and everything other than food, they continue to up her feeding drip every time that I talk to Suzanne and she tells me that they want to take her off of the C-PAP (the thing over her nose that was helping her breathe). I might get to feed her if she behaves herself after they take the C-PAP off. She needs to start turning her head towards a finger that is lightly brushed against her cheek and makesucking motions with her mouth, that'll be the sign that she is ready to come off the feeding tube and to start taking the bottle. I'm looking forward to that day.
I didn't go down to Seattle this week because I was absolutely positive that as soon as I got down there, my dad would call and tell me that my grandmother had passed away. Speaking of my grandma, she's holding steady.